The Israeli army spokesman announced that all its soldiers in Jenin had withdrawn from the region.
Army spokesman Daniel Hagari told Israel Army Radio that “the objectives of the operation were achieved, they destroyed the terrorist infrastructure in Jenin Refugee Camp and detained some 300 suspects.”
The Jenin Refugee Camp, which the Israeli army has been under siege for two days and attacked by air and land, has left a great devastation behind.
It was seen that construction equipment belonging to the Israeli army scraped the asphalt on the roads and caused great damage to the infrastructure. The clashes caused great damage in the city.
Palestinians begin to return to their homes
With the withdrawal of Israeli soldiers, life in Jenin is slowly returning to normal. Palestinians who had to leave the Jenin Refugee Camp during the attacks began to return to their homes.
The bodies of the Palestinians who lost their lives during the Israeli attacks are expected to be removed within the same day.
The Israeli army raided the city of Jenin and the Jenin Refugee Camp on Monday, July 3, and besieged the region.
4 children, 12 Palestinians were killed and approximately 120 people were injured, 20 of them seriously, in the violent attacks of the Israeli forces from the air and ground, which lasted for 48 hours.
The Israeli army also announced that one of its soldiers died in the Jenin Refugee Camp, which it besieged for two days.